Top 10 Most Expensive Colleges In The World

Let us look at the below list of Top 10 best and Most Expensive Colleges In The World in 2016 and 2017. The age of distribution in the learning as a responsibility to society, by the already educated ones is far away then new comers. Currently Education isn’t just constrained to being an ‘institution’; it is now a self-regulating field of the businesses. In the ‘Education business’, where people ‘invest’ their money and get the profit within a few year. This isn’t just limited to India. Colleges around the world have been following this policy for years.

The more sought after a college is, the more expensive it becomes. Hence, it should not come as a surprise that thousands of students pay a mind blowing amount of tuition fees every year to West Coast or Ivy League colleges. Some of these colleges are so costly that the only students who can afford to study here are the influential aristocrats of the world, or the people lucky and brilliant enough to have bagged a scholarship. Read on to find out more about the top 10 most expensive colleges in the world.

List of the world’s Top 10 best and Most Expensive Colleges In 2016-2017.

10. Scripps College (fee: $61940)

Scripps College most expensive colleges in the World 2017

Motto: “Here begins new life” (origin: Dante’s- New Life)
Address: Claremont, California, United States.

The college is a part of the Claremont Colleges and is a liberal arts college for women. It has student strength of 1009 including both post graduates and undergrads. The college was established in 1959 by the scholar and philanthropist Ellen Browning Scripps. It has a beautiful rural campus which also listed under America’s historical places.

9. Dartmouth College (fee: $61947 per year)

Dartmouth College Top most expensive colleges in the World 2018

Motto: “A voice crying out in the wilderness”
Address: Hanover, New Hampshire, United States.

This is another Ivy League university which was established in 1769 thus making itself one of the just 9 colleges to be established in the States before American Revolution. Compare to the other colleges, Dartmouth has a relatively low student strength, undergrad- 4307 and post grad- 2043 thus making the college all the more exclusive.

8. Bard College (fee: $62012 per year)

Bard College Top most popular expensive colleges in the World 2019

Motto: “I shall give thee the crown of life”
Address: Annandale on Hudson, New York, United States.

The college established in 1926 was originally called St. Stephen’s College by the scholar John Bard and is located in Duchess County. The college offers 8 main graduate programs with over almost 20 degrees. The college has branches and sub-institutions over 12 cities and 5 states and 7 countries and 4 continents.

7. Fordham University, Lincoln Centre (fee: $62192 per year)

Fordham University, Lincoln Centre

Motto: “Wisdom and learning”
Address: New York City, New York, United States.

The college established in 1841 was originally called St. John’s College and very briefly Marymount College is a Catholic institution which has student strength of 15189 in its main campus. The college is affiliated to the AJCU, ACCU, MSA and NAICU. It’s a non-profit, coed research university.

6. Claremont McKenna College (fee: $ 62215 per year)

Claremont McKenna College

Motto: “Civilization prospers with Commerce”
Address: Claremont, California, United States.

This is the one of the three colleges in the list to be affiliated to the Claremont Colleges. It was established in 1946 with a rather focused attention on economics, government and other commercial disciplines. It was a men’s college and only became co-educational after 1976 and focuses primarily on undergrad programs.

5. University of Chicago (fee: $ 62458 per year)

University of Chicago Top 10 most expensive colleges in the World 2017

Motto: “Let me grow from more to more; and so be human life enriched”.
Address: Chicago, Illinois, United States.

The school affiliated to AAU, NAICU, 568 groups and the URA was established in 1890. The college is divided into 5 academic research division, six professional schools, and the Graham School of Continuing Liberal and Professional studies. The professional schools include Pritzker School of Medicine, Booth School of Business, and Law School, School of Social administration, Divinity school and Harris School of Public Policy Studies. The school is also famous for its ties with various scientific laboratories.

4. Columbia University (fee: $63440 per year)

Columbia University

Motto: “in thy Light shall we see the light”
Address: New York City, New York, U.S.

The university is an Ivy League institute which was established way back in 1754 as King’s College later renamed Columbia University in 1784. The university has an undergraduate strength of 8410 and a post graduate strength of 19532. The school is affiliated to AAU, URA, 568 groups, NAICU. The university is organized separately into 20 schools for each major discipline group. Columbia is also famous for annually organizing the coveted Pulitzer Prize.

3. New York University (fee: $ 63472 per year)

New York University

Motto: “To persevere and to excel”
Address: New York City, U.S

Unlike how it sounds, the New York University is a privately run non-sectarian Institution established in 1831, NY. The school has a massive undergrad strength of 24985 and a post grad strength of 24289. It is one of the largest non-profit institutions of the World. There are several other NYU campuses all over the world like New York Abu Dhabi and NYU Sanghai, and several other educational centres.

2. Harvey Mudd College (fee: $75000- $80000 per year)

Harvey Mudd College Top 10 most expensive colleges in the World 2018

Address: Claremont, California, United States.

The college was found in 1955, which would be quite recently compared to the other heavy weight schools in this list. The school is college is a fully residential institute with departments of Science, mathematics and engineering. It is a part of the Claremont Colleges and shares academic and daily resources like the library facility, dining halls and a portion of the campus with it. The college has very small student strength of 807.

1. Sarah Lawrence University (Fee: $80000 per year)

Sarah Lawrence University

Motto: Wisdom with Understanding
Address: 1 Mead Way, Bronxville/Yonkers, New York 10708.

The University was established in 1926 by the famous William van Duzer Lawrence and was namesake to his wife Sarah. The university is very famous for its individualized course of study.

There is also a system of one-to-one tutorials between students and faculty which is modelled after the Cambridge- Oxford tutorial system. The college encourages students to acquire scholarships for themselves and the school also emphasizes studies on the liberal arts.

So choose one of them from these top 10 expensive colleges is one of the biggest steps of life. Its decides your career and should not be taken in haste or just by liking an institution because of its name value.

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